Keybridge House is an iconic part of British brutalist history: the former British Telecoms communications exchange building is unfortunately regarded by many as an eyesore, and is currently being redeveloped as part of the ongoing 'gentrification' of London. Through this piece I'm keen to convey the beauty of a London architectural landmark, recording its imposing size and scale, whilst reflecting on the intricate and impressive nature of the design.
The design has been printed in two layered colours (silver and black) and is hand finished with metallic acrylic ink. It has been printed onto 250 gsm South Bank Smooth paper using water based acrylic ink. All of my prints are signed (and the limited edition number is provided) on the front.
Limited edition of 10
50 x 36 cm
PLEASE NOTE: Frame not included
250gsm South Bank Smooth paper; water-based acrylic ink